Nell is a veteran Goodwill shopper, as well as a guy who likes to create his own unique style. When shopping, Nell takes into consideration all the items that could work to create a masculine layered look. We put together this awesome ensemble using some of Nell’s Goodwill finds, in addition to a few pieces that I found. We started with jeans from Artful Dodger, a white plaid button down from Orvis and a suede Banana Republic vest—ALL from Nell’s own wardrobe. We added a gray wool blazer from Nautica, and some slip-on premium leather loafers from Johnston & Murphy. As you can see, dressing well doesn’t have to mean dressing up! Men’s clothing are some of the best bargains you can find at any of our Goodwill store!
The models you see in this blog are actual Goodwill shoppers who donated their time to participate in our annual Amazing Looks photo shoot. All clothing was selected from our very own Goodwill Store & Donation Centers and styled by Goodwill Fashion Expert, Bjorn Nasett. Hair and makeup was provided by Kitty Tierney of Impressions and all photography was created by Jessica Kaminski of Refinery Milwaukee.
All images for Goodwill's Amazing Looks prior to 2019 were supplied by John Grant Photography.
As a long-time Goodwill shopper, Rose sees potential in every rack in the store! With her outfit this month we go back to classic black and white. Contrary to popular opinion, white jeans can be worn year-round as long as you add more season appropriate pieces. Here we started with jeans that Rose already owned then added an asymmetrical-design black-and-white knit top from Anne Klein, and a black-and-white blazer from H & M. The cool thing here is even though they don’t typically match, they actually do! The proportion of the top works with the shorter jacket perfectly! To finish the look we used a necklace and earrings set from Goodwill and Rose’s black platform shoes. She looks lovely, vibrant, and work appropriate. Tip: This is a great way to transition traditionally summer pieces into fall and winter.